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Non-Sexist Pedagogy – What does it mean?

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Guest Blogger: Jenny Sung, CoDev Intern When I first heard the words “non-sexist pedagogy”, I assumed that I knew what it meant based on the definitions of each word. On Dictionary.com, sexism is defined as “attitudes or behaviours based on … Continue reading

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In Memory: Ken Davidson

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Brother Ken Davidson passed away today on February 14. Fittingly on the day that symbolizes love as Ken was someone who expressed his love of humanity through his tireless activism, fighting for the rights of workers here and around the … Continue reading

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Partner Focus: NOMADESC

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Solidarity in Action Challenging times such as these make it apparent what a unique organization CoDev is. We have incredible staff, board members, and supporters and, more than that, we are privileged to work with communities in Latin America that … Continue reading

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CoDev Recognized for Human Rights Work

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We are thrilled and honoured to be the 2012 recipient of the Renate Shearer Award for Human Rights. Thank you to the BC Human Rights Coalition and the Vancouver Branch of the United Nations Association in Canada for recognizing the … Continue reading

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Supporting Solidarity: Anne McDonald

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CoDev’s individual donors are instrumental in our work. Anne McDonald, a Surrey teacher and a member of Surrey Teachers’ Association’s International Solidarity Committee, is a long-time member and donor who has chosen to close the circle of giving and leave a … Continue reading

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